Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Ira Newble Thinks Kobe is Better Than LeBron

Ira Newble (seen in the picture above assuming his standard in-game position), has released a tell-all. Alright that's an outright lie, ESPN News anchor Bill Pidto has a better chance at a book deal. But he was questioned in the PD yesterday about the overanalyzed Kobe/LeBron debate.

The legendary below average to mediocre Redskin Redhawk put an end to the argument once and for all.

"Newble thinks Bryant, 29, is the more complete player now, primarily because of his perimeter game. But that's taking nothing away from James, 23."
To be fair, Newble said James has the "opportunity" to be better. But that remains buried since I'm not into weakening my argument and damaging my credibility, that's reserved for people who make claims like this. Now, Ira's taken on causes of lesser importance, but finally we have a definitive point of view on this great debate from someone with a career average of less than 5.2 ppg.

So there's no doubt to me, that Newble is an authority figure of sorts. He's the only player appearing in the NBA Finals for the second straight year. OK, I use the term "appearing" loosely. The NBA won't even let the guy film a "Read to Achieve" promo because he hasn't met the criteria of success (CursedCleveland is pretty sure he can read though, he did go to Miami, not Ohio U). According to the PD, Newble has been busy familiarizing himself with the triangle. Which is the equivalent to Tim Donaghy brushing up on the new NBA rule book points of emphasis.

So remember that next time you're in the passenger seat of a car while Gloria engages you in the Kobe/LeBron debate while drinking and driving: Ira Newble said Kobe is better, for now.


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